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    9 ways machine learning can revolutionize healthcare

    By Georgina Gonzalez for Becker’s Hospital Review Machine learning can improve healthcare from streamlining administrative processes to carrying out medical and diagnostic analyses, Analytics Insight reported April 30. Here are nine areas of healthcare in which machine learning can be deployed to make meaningful differences: Machine learning can be used to…

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    Tech giants expand support for ‘a passwordless world’

    By Kat Jercich for Healthcare IT News Apple, Google and Microsoft announced Thursday that they planned to expand support for a common standard created by the FIDO Alliance and the World Wide Web Consortium that does not require a password to sign in. “This will simplify sign-ins across…

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    16 women making moves in healthcare

    By Georgina Gonzalez for Becker’s Hospital Review The following executive moves made by women have been reported by or shared with Becker’s since April 29. Maureen Schneider, PhD, RN, has been named president of Pompton Plains, N.J.-based Chilton Medical Center, which is owned by Atlantic Health System. Robyn Strosaker, MD,…

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    How 4 hospitals are using AI to improve patient care

    By Naomi Diaz for Becker’s Hospital Review Hospitals are using artificial intelligence to improve health outcomes, conduct research and improve patient care. Here are four artificial intelligence projects health systems’ have recently created and deployed as reported by Becker’s Hospital Review: Los Angeles-based Cedars-Sinai’s AI division, Artificial Intelligence in…

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    Travel nurses raced to help during Covid. Now they’re facing abrupt cuts.

    By Hannah Norman, Kaiser Health News for NBC News Tiffanie Jones was a few tanks of gas into her drive from Tampa, Florida, to Cheyenne, Wyoming, when she found out her travel nurse contract had been canceled. Jones, who has been a nurse for 17 years, caught up with…

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    Hospitals to receive a proposed 3.2% payment increase in 2023

    By Susan Morse for Healthcare Finance General acute care hospitals are projected to get a 3.2% increase in operating payment rates under the Hospital Inpatient Prospective Payment System and Long-Term Care Hospital Prospective Payment System proposed rule released Monday by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. CMS estimates that payments to hospitals will…

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    Physician pay is climbing after early-pandemic slump

    By Susan Kelly for Healthcare Dive Dive Brief: Doctors’ incomes are on the rise again, after stagnating and in many cases declining when practices closed and patients stayed home at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new physician compensation report from Medscape. Pay increases by specialty ranged…

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    EHR dissatisfaction linked to increased clinician resignation

    By Katie Adams for Becker’s Hospital Review Burnout and EHR dissatisfaction are key factors associated with clinicians’ likelihood to leave their organization, according to KLAS research released April 12. KLAS surveyed 59,000 clinicians about how likely they are to leave their organizations in the next two years. The survey found…

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